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Homeland and Parks and Recreation Ben gets assigned to run the campaign of the latest vice presidential nominee: one Nicholas Brody. All is going well until cop-in-training Andy comes to visit April and notices something fishy going on with the former Marine. When the rest of the Pawnee gang refuses to indulge him, he goes into full Burt Macklin mode and proves himself right — that everything in D.C. is a clue.
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Homeland and Parks and Recreation
Ben gets assigned to run the campaign of the latest vice presidential nominee: one Nicholas Brody. All is going well until cop-in-training Andy comes to visit April and notices something fishy going on with the former Marine. When the rest of the Pawnee gang refuses to indulge him, he goes into full Burt Macklin mode and proves himself right — that everything in D.C. is a clue.

Read more: Fall TV 2012: Crossovers We Want to See

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The thing that I think is important about Brody is that he was, is and  always will be a soldier. He will respond like a soldier. He identifies  an enemy, and in this case it seems pretty clear that it is Vice  President Walden, for what he considers a terrorist act of sending  unmanned drones into school. I am aware that is a very liberal viewpoint  to take politically and there will be more right wing conservatives who  say, “This is so ridiculous. And are you justifying terrorism? Saying  we’re worse than they are?” The show is careful, I think, to say not  that one is worse than the other, but that they are versions of the same  thing.

-Damian Lewis, The War on Terror: A Q&A With Homeland's Damian Lewis
(And by the way, Claire won the "Ugly Cry" contest)

The thing that I think is important about Brody is that he was, is and always will be a soldier. He will respond like a soldier. He identifies an enemy, and in this case it seems pretty clear that it is Vice President Walden, for what he considers a terrorist act of sending unmanned drones into school. I am aware that is a very liberal viewpoint to take politically and there will be more right wing conservatives who say, “This is so ridiculous. And are you justifying terrorism? Saying we’re worse than they are?” The show is careful, I think, to say not that one is worse than the other, but that they are versions of the same thing.

-Damian Lewis, The War on Terror: A Q&A With Homeland's Damian Lewis

(And by the way, Claire won the "Ugly Cry" contest)